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Excellent and Creative Writing by Sharyl Attkisson: “The FBI’s Fractured Fairytale”

 

Sharyl Attkisson has written one of the most creative pieces I have seen in a very long time, published this morning under the title “The FBI’s Fractured Fairytale”; it graphically, and in the process hilariously, illustrates the utter contempt in which we deplorables are held by the reptilian denizens of the Deep State (Yes, Virginia, there is such a thing as the Deep State) in that they actually believe we are so irredeemably (love that word!) stupid that we will actually believe a word spoken by such bottom feeders as Brennan and Clapper.

Lucianne.com has deemed this the “read of the day”; I fully concur and cannot recommend it too highly.

Enjoy!

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  1. Member

    The comments at the Hill site are also fun to read. The left just doesn’t get it.

    The Democrat Party makes me think of the summer of 1914 on a smaller scale. They are choosing to go in a direction that might lead off a cliff.

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    • June 11, 2018 at 10:12 am
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  2. Coolidge

    Very interesting paragraphs:

     

    At least one of the FBI informants/spies met with the targeted bank employees, pretending to be interested in them, and asked questions like “If you could have a million dollars tomorrow, what would you buy?” and “Would the owner of this bank be happy for you if you came across a sudden inheritance?” The FBI informant/spy then reported back to FBI headquarters that the bank employees were clearly thinking about robbing the bank, and that the owner of the bank was part of the scheme.

    Next, because the FBI claimed these employees were clearly acting suspiciously and had criminal minds, the FBI unleashed the most intrusive, sensitive intel tools on them, tools that are rarely to be used against U.S. citizens – surveillance and wiretapping. FBI officials also leaked information about their investigation to the local press – not information that disparaged the robbers so much as cast suspicion on the bank’s owner and employees. In fact, it almost seemed like the FBI had forgotten all about the robbers.

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    • June 11, 2018 at 10:54 am
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  3. Coolidge

    Mike-K (View Comment):

    The comments at the Hill sits are also fun to read. The left just doesn’t get it.

    The Democrat Party makes me think of the summer of 1914 on a smaller scale. They are choosing to go in a direction that might lead off a cliff.

    That is one interesting comment you make. One reason so many Europeans were led to believe that the “Great War” would be over in no time was that the generals and their war models were basing the fighting on the use of calvary.

    Sort of how so much of what Lynch, Bill Clinton, HRC, Strozsk, Page all did was easy enough for them to do, no matter how many laws were broken, because they all knew HRC would be in the Oval Office come Jan 2017.

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    • June 11, 2018 at 2:02 pm
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    Jim George Post author

    @caroljoy and @mike-k, truth be known, they probably never gave even a fleeting thought to whether any thing was legal or illegal, nor, knowing this group now for what they really are, whether anything was proper, ethical or the right thing to do. Like the old Alfred E. Neumann (sp.?) cartoon character, “Me Worry?” And, why should they? They had been doing exactly what they wanted to whomever they wanted to get at for as long as any of them could remember, and there was no sign that the party would ever end. I would definitely add to Carol Joy’s list the Honorable (what a joke) former Ambassador to the UN and former National Security Adviser, Susan Rice, who today on NBC (of course. where else?) pronounced herself horrified by President Trump’s conduct at G-7–:disgraceful!”– this the same person who shredded any particle of credibility she ever had with her lies about Benghazi and, the most sickening of all, especially to all the veterans of Military Service in the country, declaring that Bo Berghdahl had “served his country with honor and distinction.” 

    What an immeasurably better country we are without those street thugs in power!

    Sincerely, Jim

     

     

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    • June 11, 2018 at 4:13 pm
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  5. Thatcher

    That was great!

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    • June 12, 2018 at 7:02 am
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  6. Coolidge

    It is good to be able to laugh at this, otherwise, it might be very frightening, sad and depressing. 

     

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    • June 12, 2018 at 8:51 am
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  7. Member

    How dare she undermine the rule of law! 

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    • June 12, 2018 at 10:01 am
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  8. Member

    CarolJoy (View Comment):
    One reason so many Europeans were led to believe that the “Great War” would be over in no time was that the generals and their war models were basing the fighting on the use of calvary.

    I’m reading a very good book on the origins of the war. It’s called “The Sleepwalkers.” It seems to blame the French and Russians more than Germany for the war. Kind of a new POV.

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    • June 12, 2018 at 4:23 pm
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  9. Coolidge

    Mike-K (View Comment):

    CarolJoy (View Comment):
    One reason so many Europeans were led to believe that the “Great War” would be over in no time was that the generals and their war models were basing the fighting on the use of calvary.

    I’m reading a very good book on the origins of the war. It’s called “The Sleepwalkers.” It seems to blame the French and Russians more than Germany for the war. Kind of a new POV.

    Is it a recently published book? I am keen on so many different types of stories relating to WWI and WWII.

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    • June 12, 2018 at 4:42 pm
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